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Hi there everybody!

Just wanted to say thank you for this valuable site. I am a new geographer, just having finished a GIS program at Portland State University. My background has been diverse as I began as an engineer, then a chef, and now a geographer. I couldn't be happier with the way things have played out. I'm working in transportation planning and am very fortunate that there is a market for good mapping in the area.

I've been impressed with much of the work that I've seen on this site so far. I know that I have a lot to learn and hope to extract as much info as possible from you guys (and gals)!

As projects develop, I'll post some maps for critique.

Thanks,

Heath

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Welcome Heath! I too attended PSU, does professor Duh still teach in the Geography department?

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Welcome Heath! I too attended PSU, does professor Duh still teach in the Geography department?

Thanks BioGeo. Professor Duh is still there, running the GIS department. And he's great--always willing to help solve problems.

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Welcome fellow Portlander&Geographer! :D
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Another Portland Stater- we're getting quite a few around here. I'm feeling a little old though. I predate Geoffrey Duh, although I've met him. I finished my master's there five years ago, but I keep in touch with Joe Poracsky and am always interested in what's going on in the program.
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Welcome to the forums Heath! B)

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